Antares enters the 2nd ¨International Festival of Scientific Visualization¨ - Tokyo, Japan


Antares FullDome Productions will be participating with the fulldome films ¨Astronomy: 3000 Years of Stargazing¨ and ¨Moles – What is Out There?¨ at the 2nd ¨International Festival of Scientific Visualization¨ in Tokyo, Japan.

The 2nd International Festival of Scientific Visualization will take part at the Kyodo no Mori Fuchu City Museum in Tokyo on September 24-26, 2011. Digital and Design Pictures, Inc.; Antares’ Japanese distributor will be entering the fulldome films ¨Astronomy: 3000 Years of Stargazing¨ and ¨Moles – What is Out There?¨

The fields that scientific researchers are focusing on in the 21st century are expanding rapidly and vastly year by year and though their developments are deeply concerned with societies and the lives of the people, it is getting harder for ordinary citizens to appreciate them or to understand the cutting edge of scientific studies.
Therefore, scientific visualizations are super eminent media for helping the public understanding the frontiers of science and technology. This is also important for the researchers themselves; to increase the knowledge and understanding about their subjects. Particularly; visualizing technologies created for looking into microscopic worlds and for reproducing the evolution of the universe through the latest computer simulations. This brings us insight to astonishing worlds that were impossible even to imagine in the past.

The 2nd International Festival of Scientific Visualization is a good opportunity to introduce such scientific contents and technologies to many of people, while giving an excellent opportunity to exchanging information in between producers and technicians.

For further information on the Antares FullDome Productions films for digital planetariums, please visit www.antares-fulldome.com or contact Alexander Zaragoza by writing to azaragoza@antares-fulldome.com

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